The course is for senior economics majors, MBAs and graduate students from other programs. My reading list includes BCA examples, overviews, technical stuff (in mostly non-technical language) and other stuff.
Am I missing anything?
- Allen, Bryon P., and John B. Loomis. "The Decision to use Benefit Transfer or Conduct Original Valuation Research for Benefit-Cost and Policy Analysis," Contemporary Economic Policy 26, no. 1 (2008): 1-12.
- Atkinson, Giles, and Susana Mourato. "Environmental cost-benefit analysis."Annual Review of Environment and Resources 33 (2008): 317-344.
- Banzhaf, Spencer H. "Consumer surplus with apology: a historical perspective on nonmarket valuation and recreation demand." Annual Review of Resource Economics 2, no. 1 (2010): 183-207.
- Barget, Eric, and Jean-Jacques Gouguet. "The total economic value of sporting events theory and practice." Journal of Sports Economics 8, no. 2 (2007): 165-182.
- Blomquist, Glenn C. "Self-protection and averting behavior, values of statistical lives, and benefit cost analysis of environmental policy." Review of Economics of the Household 2, no. 1 (2004): 89-110.
- Blomquist, Glenn C., Paul A. Coomes, Christopher Jepsen, Brandon C. Koford, and Kenneth R. Troske. "Estimating the social value of higher education: willingness to pay for community and technical colleges." Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis 5, no. 1 (2014): 3-41.
- Cohen, Mark A., Roland T. Rust, Sara Steen, and Simon T. Tidd. "Willingness-to-pay for Crime Control Programs,” Criminology 42, no. 1 (2004): 89-110.
- Farrow, Scott. "How (Not) to Lie with Benefit-Cost Analysis." The Economists’ Voice 10, no. 1 (2013): 45-50.
- Graves, Philip E. "Benefit-Cost Analysis of Environmental Projects: A Plethora of Biases Understating Net Benefits." Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis 3, no. 3 (2012).
- Griffiths, Charles, Heather Klemick, Matt Massey, Chris Moore, Steve Newbold, David Simpson, Patrick Walsh, and William Wheeler. "US Environmental Protection Agency valuation of surface water quality improvements." Review of Environmental Economics and Policy (2012): rer025.
- Loomis, John B. "Incorporating distributional issues into benefit cost analysis: why, how, and two empirical examples using non-market valuation." Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis 2, no. 1 (2011).
- Rhodes, Raymond J., John C. Whitehead, and T.I.J. Smith, A Benefit-Cost Analysis of a Red Drum Stocking Program, unpublished paper presented at the 2006 Southern Economic Association Meetings, Charleston, SC, November.
- Richardson, Leslie, Tatjana Rosen, Kerry Gunther, and Chuck Schwartz. "The economics of roadside bear viewing." Journal of environmental management140 (2014): 102-110.
- Robinson, Lisa A. "How US Government Agencies Value Mortality Risk Reductions." Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 1, no. 2 (2007): 283-299.
- Rose, Adam, Keith Porter, Nicole Dash, Jawhar Bouabid, Charles Huyck, John Whitehead, Douglass Shaw et al. "Benefit-cost analysis of FEMA hazard mitigation grants." Natural Hazards Review 8, no. 4 (2007): 97-111. [see also: Congressional Budget Office, Potential Cost Savings from the Pre-Disaster Mitigation Program, September 28, 2007]
- Sunstein, Cass R. "The Real World of Cost-Benefit Analysis: Thirty-Six Questions (and Almost as Many Answers)." Columbia Law Review (2014): 167-211.
- Van Houtven, George, and Maureen L. Cropper. "When is a Life Too Costly to Save? The Evidence from US Environmental Regulations." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 30, no. 3 (1996): 348-368.
- Vitaliano, Donald F., “Repeal of Prohibition: A Benefit-Cost Analysis,” Contemporary Economic Policy (2014).
And no Tim, I'm not going to add Haab and McConnell.